Montrose boss Paul Hegarty has demanded his players put any thoughts of taking it easy and going on holiday to the back of their minds until they have negotiated their way past their remaining two matches.
On paper, the Gable Endies have little to play for having secured their League Two status for another season.
However, with the small matter of a local derby with Arbroath to look forward to at Gayfield on Saturday, Hegarty insists there is absolutely no room for complacency.
That was something he and his assistant and former Dundee United team-mate John Holt insisted upon when they were players – and it is a view that certainly hasn’t changed now they are in management.
Hegarty said: “Hopefully the lads are fully aware of what’s at stake on Saturday.
“I am a great believer in not taking your foot off the gas until the season is well and truly finished.
“Myself and John Holt were like that when we were players and we expect the same from our lads now.
“People pay good money to watch and it is up to the players to give their maximum for the cause.
“So we will be looking for them to do just that on Saturday against Arbroath and then the following week when we play Berwick Rangers.
“Only after that, can they think about going on holiday.”